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Old 02-03-2005, 07:49 AM   #1
Horos23
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Firebird emails to MySQL database ?


Hello,

I am wondering from some time if other people find it useful to store the emails in a common database with fields like: from, to, subject, body, attachements... in one table or normalized in more tables. It would be much more easy to manage/organize emails, and build applications that use the received emails, like support applications which organize emails per client, crm...and other stuff. Or maybe store the emails in xml files, I don't know. I know FireBird and other clients have its own format of databases, but it would buch easier if they have something in common. Also for transfering the emails from one client to another.

Stefan.
 
Old 02-03-2005, 07:53 AM   #2
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Sorry it was ThunderBird My eyes saw an ealrier post, and messed up things.
 
  


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